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Ain gentiil-JoIurnal1
HaD0en1IS of a Local andrsonal Nature
-Drop in to see us while attend
Ing court.
-Road our advertisements if you
want to deal with reliable people.
-Don't you think it is time to
1'1, o 1~ ( vlICI ij(IjJ 1.1 P (IP
Jlimoved tc
. - .. street.
wi. for you
ii 3ou want fir-t class work. We do
no other kind.
-Let the Pickens Land Agency
handle your property if you want
quick returne.
---Don't forget the horseawappers
conventijm next Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday.
-Gary Hiott who is holding cases
on the Greenville Daily lIerald, spent
Sunday with his parents in Pickens.
-- Miss Clora (riffin after spe nd
ing the summer with relatives in
Pickens returel to Washington
Thursday.
-E. W. Hiott, mad clerk on the
Southern, with lieadquarters in At
lanta, spent Sunday with his paretiti',
Rev. and Mrs. D. W. Hiott.
-Mrs: L. K. Terrell and little
daughter, of Birmingham, Ain., ar
rived in Pickens Saturday evening to
visi t her sister, Mrs. C. 11. Alexand
er.
-There will be an all day singing
at Twelve Mile church the first Sun
day in October. Bring your song
books along. The public cordially
invited.
--Rev. J. F. Matheson filled his
appointment at the Pickens Presby
terian church last Sunday and de
livered two very instructive sermons
to large and at tentive congregations.
-Judge D. Z. Danizer, of Orangr.
burg will cot V no court in Pickeins
next Mn lay morning, the 24th ins
tant. All of the court officials are
getting everything in readiness for
the dispatch of business.
-There will be a convention of
horse swappers held in Pickens next
week, (curt week) the 25th, 26th,
-41. and 27th, instant. Hand bills have
been scattered broadcast over- the
country and ever-ybody is expected to
come and have a jolly time trading
* t of the
g young
h& ~d Misses
4 . . . . -liie Gran
dy and Ilene TIIaylor, Greenville Fe..
mnle College; Vesta Ashmore, Gussie
Cureton, and Hattie Earle, Winthrop
College.
-Lloyd H-. Grandy son of Rev. I5.
E. Grandy, loft I'ickens last week for
Charlottesville Va., to take a course
in electrical engineering in the Uni
versity of Virgina, located at that
pioint. Lloyd is a young man of
bright mind and his friends look for
great things of him.
-The county commissioners iare
having~ the court house painted,
e alsozy.ined and the front of the hall
S way cemnented; they are rushing the
wvork and hope to have all the rooms
finished before court cpens. "Z3ke*
has charge of the wvork and will make
a nice job) of it. The commissioners
also contemplate fencing in the court
hous6 squarec, and it is hoped that
they will do so at an early date
--J. G. Schajd was in Pickena this
week taking orders for the "Messa
ges and Papers of the Confederacy,"
which is issued in two volumes by
the Washingtos Post by p~ermIissionI
of the govornimenit, undecr oct of
C.mgress of April 17th, 1900
These volumes give the inside0 work
ngs of the con fedeoracy and are comn
piled from all of the p)apetrs on file at
Wa~Vshington. It will make a handy
reference and should be in all librar
ies and should especially be0 accessi
ble to the student of U. S. Histor-y,
ast a means of verification or mioditi
cation of facts as they are usually set
forth in the Current histories of our
coiunitry.
--On the Inst pagd of this paper
y~ou will find a lat ge edvertia, meat of
the J. T'homnas Ar-nold Co , Gr-eon
ville's Greatest Stork, who have re.
cenfly opened up a Itiand now stock
of general merchandise and will run
ALU
A splendid tonic for the hair, mi
Always restores color togray hv
Stops falling hair, also. Sold foi
-Ex.chief of Police John P. Griffir
has moved to oneca.
-Craig Bros. change their ad in
this issue and tell you to watch for
bargains.
-A greatly enjoyed sociable nias
given at the residence of Mr. W. H:
Aehinore on Monday night.
-Robert Breese, or Birevaird, N.
C., who has been visitiig his sider,
Mrs. Dr. Kirksoy, of Crow Creek,
has roturned home.
-J. 0. Brock will be in Pickens
court week prepared to do wateh,
clock, jei e'ry reparng, also fitting
e'y( glasses.
-- See troasurer Farr's annual nn
louncilfemnt as to when he0 will be
ready to "legally rob you" of your
hard earned cash.
-A dapce that was very much on
joyed by Pickens' younger set was
given last Thursday oight by Mr.
Ernest Folger. Several visitors were
preseit and a nice evening was spent.
--See chlango in) the ad of the 11
B. M. Co. They aie opening up new
goods every day, and aro getting
ready for their fall opening. Watch
this paper for their announceineot
of the date.
- Married, September lrd, 1905
at E isley Cotton Mill, Mr. Joel G.
Ilughes to Miss Mandra Alexander,
of Jackson, N. 0. Judge Lithon
N. P., in his polite manner perform.
od the marriage ceremnoney.
-Tha old meat market man, J. ).
Moore, changes his ad this we..ek and
tells our readers some fiets that are'
facts. He succeeded inl getting rid
of the most of his 200 receipts (by
giving a lot of them awa. ) and now
he tells you of a lot of other things
he Waitis to dispose of.
-We nnderstand that a lot of the
farmers of the Six Milo section car.
ried cott.n to 8eneca last week and
received 9.971c for it; Anderson and
Greenville were paying only 9(.-.,
while Piclkens was, has been, aid is
now, paying l0e. A nuimber of our
farmers sold in Greenville for 9
when they could have gdtten 100. in
Pickenis. Do not carry your co)tton
o -produce to any other market with
out first getting the prices at lPick
ene. Prodluco is no0w baringinig in
this town the same prices as are be
ing paid in Greenville wvhile our cot.
ton naarket is above the surrounding
towns.
-Married, at the residence of the
bride's mother, in Pickens, on Th urs
day afternoon at 3 o'clo1ak, M r. WVil
liami A. CJason and Mr's. Ellen Essie
Hughes, daughter of Mi's. M. J 111ar
i'is, liev. D. W. Hiott officiating.
Mr. (Cason is at pr'ospeousii- fannler' of
the fdt. Pisgah settlemnint, in Arder
son county. Imm iediartely afrter the
ceremony the groom too) k his biide
to heir new homne, where lie had r'e
cently built an-I Inurn ishedl one of t he
must commiiodijous anrd beaut iful
homes to b)0 foutn I in upper01 South
Carolina. Mr. Carson is a young man
of push and energy, as shown by hit
lairge, well cultivated farm, splendlid
dwellings, barn, etc. Mrs. I lnghos
is one of the ver'y best that Pickens
or any otheir counrty canI nifbrd She
has taught in thbe Pickens Gr'aded
school with great satisfnction to her'
many patrons. She is a lady of0 lovet
ly disposition and beautiful Chris tiant
(chaIlactor. Mr. Casoni is certainly
to b econgratulated on his choice of
a life pariner.
-J1. H. Abercr'ombit, of the west
s:Ce oif tihe county, called last w'eek
andl paid for his paIl er ano4ther y'ear
in ad vancee. Mra. Able'rr'inmbie is a
conseCr'atedl Christ ian aind hias boon a
member of' the Moth'od'ist oh urchi for
sixty-five years the 10th of Septerm
ber'. Fifteen yearsa igo lie mioved to1
this count y and11 settled at "Crumioi
ville " At the time lhe came to lthis
coun ty ho bough t a farm c:o nt imntin
'784 acres forn S2 5G per iiere, and
ti.' ycar' Iland~ adjuiming htim s. 11 to.
$36 per acre. f'' wa 'igh4t I on
years o'.d on t ho 1st. i nsta' t, :in I
that day' he had a brrthd~ay' 'limo' r at
whiich thre wIE f..i'y Iim i' e .
his nleighbors~i, ehihiren en 1 enndio
I ihi bia lleatives fr'Pom And4 er s~
0 so1( d ir a' 4re nnu-d af
* his relativyes al ways at tendl
raliite with t~li n in mof God)4
rcr'ormbio looks well after his
a1 arid (does fuirm wo rk,
te spr'ightly for one of his
a a r has a fine cr'op on his laceW
nppy in the kmn wledgo that
i o man mnor~ than lie can
day the Lord spa o him for
enai of oilensilne
VEGETABLE SICI
Hair Renev d
ikes the hair grow long and ien ev.
ir, all the dark, rich color of youth.
fifty years. " iwr d*i-y
--Folger & Thornloy say to watch
their space.
- W. f. Ambler, of Greenville,
spent Sunday in Pickens with rola
tives.
-W. A. Gilreath spent Sunday in
Pickons, the guest of his mother,
Mrs. E. A. Gilreatli.
-Mrs. S. F. Cur-ti., of thi Milo
Creek section, visited rOlatives in
Greenville ]list week.
-- lrenco Lathet', e:2esniin in
the People's Store, Green V'ille, S. C,
Spent Sunday in Pickens.
--Miss- Ti-zah Hughies rebitured
fr-om theo norflibeenimarkects Satuir.
(lay vhere Sheo lits beeni pullrclsing a
finc, lino of nilliniery an liata for tihe
Big Store. They' will loon ho on
display Ianld the date of the opening
will be announeed liter.
-..M --.- .. .
Bear tho Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature
of
-S11ui11. -1 SimpO l.red, a sub
Stantial farmer living below P)ickensI,
was inl town last wt-ek sellinmg Cotton
and piying tip hlis guanlo alnld Supply
bills and other littlo debts. He set
tied for his paper ill) to 1st Sept
1.)(). Sam is at good firmer anId
mlloreo (if hi rlcc would profit by fol
lowing his footsteps.
FOEYHIRPTAR
for childrens oicfe, sure. Jo opiates
Tric -ie is only ono way to help a
town almig, anti that is for every,
b )ly to talk for it and help in
oveiv move that has I ho interests
of tie city at ea rt.. By encour
a.g.-ment ad1(l goo(1 spirits people
can do much towards relieving
har(l time-,s and business dlepres
sions, n h ile public im provemints
cannot tirogies without support
and4 ncoutli ag'm.irnt of citizons -
OraIgAhu rg Ti mes and Domocrat.
Thib is.- go 'd <loeie. There are
two iaiiy )eople in every com
mnit.y wh > are always knocking.
'oo manyi who never have ia good
word for anybody or anything. A
town to prousper must have its citi
zens holieve ini it.--Newberry
Bear: theo IIle Kind You IL .Jways BougM4
of
PACIFIC COAST EXCURSIONS.
See The Most For Your Money.
Rock 1sland service) to Califoriina
and Pa.cifie N' r tlbwest this som inuer:
p~ermuits you to '1 > lhis. L~o'v r->nnd
trlip rate(s t > L- A ng.les, Sanm Frau.
(C .i* or Prth nid oni pcial dates in
Mayv, June)4, Jualy, Anigiust, Septemn
1' r1( and Otoiujr. Lib eral ar iran go
ments~ for stopj over noonitig the it.unni
Sauis of 'oorola, mand. ini California
ide I ri pso theim Y.-llo4wst.one , Yisem
it.e, etc. Wito fo r C. lorao ho and
CaIifia i , btook ani l I l ockl Ilande
folde41r. JOlin Sebatian 0, P'assenger
Trdali( V'ai algeri, 10>ek Islantd Sys.
UIse A 1ilen's Foot-Easo.
A\ poit r t bem*1)I 51hnkenI int,, the shoets . Your
feet fr-( swon'4, ne4rvol ts aniti l lantp, aniti getO
tirod tusily. IC f4t you V, have4 4mnrtig feet or tight
hsit," Iry A I ien s Foti-lintse. It cooils the feet
4un4 itikes walkintg ettsy. 4 urins iwollent,
swen i tin fet. bli tLers am444 444 14ons spiots. lie
ieetcon aid huntione4 of all patin. Try it to
ablty sohl by .1 ll ciggists nnii. shoe~ stores for
CO'. lionil necet-' anly sutitute110.: ,-T l ptack
nige. iFit rs A: biress, Allenu L. (iusie, L~e
lloy, N .
Over-Work Weakens
Your IKidnieys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Miake .Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes,
The kidneys are your
* blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
* impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
,. of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
-cess of uric acid in the
- - -blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
hear t beats, andl makecs one feel as though
they had heart trouable, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood thtrough veins and arteries.
it us:edi to be conzidercd that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but no0w modern science proves that nearly
all conctitutinal diseases have their begin
nintg in idney trouble.
if you are sick you can make no mistake
by ftr::t doctor ing your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. it stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits '"
by all druggi:;sin fifty-- ~ .
cent and one-dollar siz- }H
es. You may have a "EJ5 "*
sample bottle by mnail Tnoot rswamp-noot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Dinghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
I Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
i~ t, Vorn very bottle,
PIeps DGg o.
"Why Won't ye Dye?"
Prepare for winter by dyeing your clothes and make them look like
now. We have lust received five gross of the celebrated Diamond
Dyes, with which you can find no fault. And we are thus prepared
for you. We also have Iseman Household Dyes in thirty different
colors. A package of this dye dyes any kind of fabric--cotton,
wool, silk or feathers-thus saving you the trouble of buying sov
oral packages sometiies, So come to see us and get prepared to
dye like we are.
Plenty of Candy
-at 60 cents per pound.
PIcNei8e Drug DO.
Discriminating
Buyers
Can be pleased in their shoes if they come
to us. Our stock is large-selected with care.
Selected with the idea that good value makes
and holds customers. If you have not been
)uying your shoes from us, try us next time
you need a pair.
Pride & Patton,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
The Original. BUSINESS LOCALS.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey aL'd Trar as a throat and lung Have aiccepted ag'ency for the G i.
re'medly, aind oni accounit of thme gra ette Ra'zor, the finest safety raysor
merit aind popul.trity of Foley's Honey made. Pickenis Drug Co.
and Tar many imitit ions arc offered for
the genuine. These wvorthless iita. For Sale-322 acres of land :3.,
tions have similar sounding names. Be. miles of Central. A pply to F. i~
ware of thnm. Tl'o genuine Foldey'a Morgan, Central, S. C. 4
Honey and Tar is am a yellow package.
Ask for it and recfuse any substitute. Land surveying, l and pap~ers writ.
Itie the heat remedy for coughs and ten and probated~ (lowers taken;
colds. Pickens D)rug Co.' charges reasonable. lles5iden)ce on
. "Joh nson at , west of jail. .1 P.
Famous Fruit Farms of Texas, A ttaway, Pickens, S. C. 00W 4t*
Arkansas, Louisiana, and The Great IA tract of land for sale chea-).
South WVest reached by the Cottou Cull at this oflice.
Belt Route. You can purchase verty Are y'ou lookoig for busin1ess? see
eheap round trip "Home Seeker" tic. M. A. Boggs Liberty.
ke at Atlanta, Birmingham, Annis- Send your childlren's shoes5 toi the
tou Montgomery, anid certain other Pickens Shoe Shop and get a pair of
them everlasting half soles that w'l
poinits any' first or Ithird Tuesday, 'wear till the shoes are worn ou t.
t~ickets bear final rel urn limit of 21 Car load of the best fl.>ur on the
Llays and allow stop overs any point market, "Obelisk" to go at close pr'ices.
West. of Mlemphis. ICome and get some. H. A. Rtichey.
Ask for tichet to read by Memphis We have for sale on liberal terms
an h otnBl.120) acres farm land situated with n
an h otnBl.one and one halt miles of Pickens~
W~rite, L. P. Smith, Tlrav. Pass. Agt ['his is a splendid farm and in good
Atlanta. Ga. state of cultivation. Two horse crop
- cleared1 balance in original forest.
Mothmern! Mothers! Mothera!? Fair buildinigi and two tenant houses
How many children are at this season I Onl the place. Will sell for cash or
feverish and constipated with had I on credit. Apply to Heath Bruce
stomach headache. Mother Gray's Morro'(w Co. or Ivy M. Manldin, At
Sweet Powders for Children will always tony 'ces .
cure. if worms are prcsent they wviltrny iceS..
certainly' remIove them. At all drus When inl nee*d of repair work call
gists; 25c. Sample bottle mailed FRIEE n.Bgyn~ wgnrpiig
Address Allen S. Olmnstead, Lettoy, o e yyadwgnrpiig
___________________wheel buding, etc., finished up in
Pei r -Ls first class shape at reasonable prices.
Pett ur Lst Let meit hguire w ithi you on that next
W E Nelson, J D Stansell, W E job. A. A Malmi, in thi:- Broek shop,
Jones, WV E Crenshaw, J T1 Lewis next to WV. H-. AshmlIre's bilacksmnith
jr., Robt H Hlolcomnbo, Samn'l Bo)ggs, establishmnent, l'mckens, S. C,
I A Durham, J S Winchester', W Bring us your. eggs, chickens and
[aawrence Gilstrap, Roht 8 Holer, butter. Highmest prices paid for
Jas M Childers, J Milton King, W E same. H. A. Richev.
Hunt, J T Gentrey, Ira Hoghed, Q -W'il pay (c iwr bushel in mer
W Bowen, M D Mupre rigcads fo fresh elean dry poach
Miller, Jas K Lathem, IR D Tuller,'ed rigBo.2
Elias Day, El Earle Kennomore, l D I) heap of little things cheap at J.
D.Moore's.
Glarvin, H'Y Lawrence, J T.1 Willis, '
Ben P Kelley, E~ J Hester, iri Yon can get 25 lbs. rice for one
Manidin, A Rt Wood (l'ete), Geo \v dla tJ .Moes
Henrice, TForner HH LncliClome and1( see one) nice line of shioes
HJ dis T ArtiongW Jason Gilclie' .1 T. FAnnels & Co.
R A B r.t~ o g ' a o i l a~ N olases at ,1. D. M oore's 30o to
It A Bakr. '400 per giallon -- geood.
Treac~ Jurors Cured,. A Ii(e)I liie o f men~'s and Yon th
Mr.G. . Fwle, o Hihtoercollars at .J. T1. Feinell & Co's Store
Alt , relates nn experience lhe had while Real good cider at J. D). .\Moore's.
serving (on ae petit jmny ini a murder' (cao , hi is a. en'htIa
att Edwardlsville, county 'seat of (Cle. I n i rmndri a Ia stiu
bun conyAabm.H smys: do ibusins at th ,d11( stand1( (over
"W~hile there I a'e some11 fresh meat anmd P'ickenis D~rug Stoie) w here I am
Home souse meat and it gaive mie cholera always gzhad to serve my )l d as well
morbus in a yery sovere form. I was as new frienids. Whlen y.n uwan~t a
never more mick in moy life and sent to (jik iles hv,0'5 t)t~it
the drug store for. a certain cholera mix- hirict, give me sav can p-o-at
tire, bult the druiggist sent met a bottleharcgvem aca.
of Chamberlain's Colic Chole'ra and - T. Huter~ Tihe Barbier.
D)ia'rrhooa lRomedy instead, satying that
lhe had what I sent for', but 'that this lighest prices paid for chickcns
medicine was so mneh better lie wvoul eggs and countr'y produce,
r ither sendi it to me in tihe fix Iwas in. J. '1- Fonnell & Co.
took one dose of it anid was hetter in Good apple vinegar at J. D.
fihe minutes. The second doso cured Moore's for 25c per gallon.
me entirely. Twvo felowv jurors were af
fleeted in thme samne umaner and one The nicest line of lamps, glassware
, mall bottle cured the three of us." For and decorated diabos to go at cost,
sale by Piekens Drug Co.J.TFnol&C.
Watch This Space
Folger & Thornley.
Clothing, Shoes, Ifats and Gonts' Furnishing
Goods a Specialty
MID-SUMMER SELLING.
We are constantly selling out
And we are conistantly buying in
Every week brings us something new and seasonable
to offer our customers. Our trade has been good this
spring, and to keep it lively during the hot summer
months we have reduced the price on all summer
goods; and all new goods we are now buying are
bought at prices that we can save you money. We
have no old accumulations to run off, but will sell you
New, Fresh Goods worth every cent we ask for thew.
Our Lawns, Swisses and Organdies are the beat we
have ever shown. We are offering some big bargains
in Men's and Women's Low-Cut Shoes and Slippers.
You will do well to call on us whenever you need any
thing in Dry Goods, Hosiery, Underwear and Shoes
A. K. Park, '"? Greenville, S. C.
We are constantly receiving our
stock of
and ask you to watch this space for bargains on
Shoes, D)ry Goods, Notions, etc.
If you have anything to buy it wvill pay you to
see us. If you have Chickens, Eggs, Butter or
PBeeswvax, don't sell till you see us. Just now chick
ens are still scarce and are bringing a very nice.
price. Come to see us.
Craig Bros.
FOIR SALE.
70 acr'es Of land near Mar'ietta, S.C.,
on Punmpkinitown road. *l(0 por' acro.
12() acres near Travelers Rest,
joiningJ lands of Mr. Thos. Cunningham. Part of the 3mtler
Watson old hiomio. $I5 per acro.
A leo small tracts of land, 20 to 50 acres.
We have also somec very desirablo lota near o y ljiits. These lota are
along the car hine-$(0 each.
THACKSTON & SON
Greenville.. C n

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